SMFM's e-learning offerings are now all available on the SMFM's online education site. View webinars, work through question banks, and organize CME all in one spot. Our e-learning options are available at a discounted rate to SMFM members. If you a not a member, join SMFM. We welcome clinicians from a variety of disciplines, as well as practice managers, billers, and coders.
Clinical Webinar Series: Reinforce your knowledge of SMFM's Consult Series publications with 30-minute clinical webinars. Each webinar summarizes an SMFM consult that has been published in the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Consult authors review recommendations and present a case study.
2021 Annual Pregnancy Meeting: The 2021 Annual Meeting was virtual and the majority of the content was recorded. Watch Postgraduate Courses to earn CME, view posters, and engage with scientific sessions until the end of 2021. Information about the in-person 2022 Annual Meeting can be found here.
Fellow Lecture Series: A one-hour webinar available live on the first and third Wednesday of each month at 12:00 noon EST/EDT. This series covers a range of clinical topics and is intended to complement MFM fellowship programs. Past webinars are available on demand.
Mastery of MFM: A series of three question banks that are available to subscribers for one year after purchase. Earn up to 5 credits of CME for each question bank. Learn more about the clinical topics covered in Mastery #1, Mastery #2, and Mastery #3.
Web-Based Trainings: Earn up to two credits of CME with SMFM's interactive, case based webinars. Current topics include: Sepsis During Pregnancy and Puerperium and Postpartum Contraception for the Medically Complex Woman.
Coding and Practice Management: Earn up to three credits of CEU or CME with an interactive web-based training intended to serve as an introduction to basic coding concepts: Coding Fundamentals for MFMs. Information on the in-person Coding Course can be found here.
Thrive: This online course was developed to address the growing problem of burnout among physicians and will help learners recognize burnout and second victim syndrome; identify the factors that contribute to burnout; lead their organizations in creating a culture of wellness; and take actions to increase personal wellness and resilience.
Critical Care Course: A series of lectures, self-assessments, and virtual simulations that can be taken for CME credit. Purchase the entire course (34.5 hrs of content) or smaller, focused bundles of content.
Questions? Contact Alexis Hooper